Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
Except as stated herein, as a general rule, Pardee & Partners do not collect PII about users of its website unless they choose to provide such information. Submitting PII through the website is voluntary and by doing so, users are giving permission to Pardee & Partners to use the information for the stated purpose.
If users opt to provide Pardee & Partners with PII on its website by completing a web form or by sending an email, Pardee & Partners shall use that information to provide its website users with the information or service that they would have requested or to respond to their message. The information Pardee & Partners may receive varies based on what its website users do when they are visiting www.pardee.eu
Pardee & Partners collect and temporarily store certain information about users’s visit for site management and security purposes only. This information is collected and analysed to better design our website to suit users’ needs. Pardee & Partners may also automatically collect information about the web content users view in the event of a known security or virus threat. This information includes:
- The Internet domain from which users access our website (for example, “yourfirmname.com”, or “yourgroup.org”);
- The Internet Protocol (IP) address (a unique number for each computer connected to the Internet) from which users access our website;
- The date and time users access our site;
- The Universal Resource Locators (URLs), or addresses, of the pages users visit;
- Username, if it was used to log in to the website; and
- If a user has visited this website from another website, the URL of the forwarding site.
Security – using methods to safeguard
Pardee & Partners takes precautions to maintain the security, confidentiality and integrity of the information collected at the website. Such measures include access controls designed to limit access to the information to the extent necessary to accomplish its mission. It also employs various security technologies to protect the information stored on its systems. This includes but is not limited to employ internal access controls to ensure that the only personnel who have access to users’ information are those with a need to do so to perform their duties.
- Password protections
- Employ external access safeguards to identify and prevent unauthorized access by outsiders that attempt to hack into or cause harm to the information contained in its systems
Cookies are small text files that reports user and page activity. Cookies do not pose a threat to your computer, or any software installed on your system. They do not contain viruses and your computer will only share the information in the cookie with the website that provided it, and no other website can request it. There are two types of cookies: session cookies which last only as long as your web browser is open, and persistent cookies which are saved on the user’s hard drive in order to determine which users are new to the site or are returning.
If users do not wish to have session or persistent cookies stored on your computer, you can turn cookies off in your browser. Disabling cookies will affect cookie usage at all other websites you visit.